El Hierro – Almost there?

Almost 10,000 small tremors in the past three months.

“The regional government of the Spanish Canary Island of El Hierro has issued a volcanic eruption alert following almost 10,000 small tremors recorded in the past three months,” says this article on yahoo.com.

The island was shaken late yesterday by a 4.3-magnitude quake.

As with all of the Canary Islands, El Hierro was formed by volcanic activity. El Hierro has some 500 volcanic cones.

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Thanks to John Reno for this link

5 thoughts on “El Hierro – Almost there?”

  1. If it goes big, it could spell big trouble for Caribbean Islands and East Coast of USA. I wonder, if the ash cloud is picked up by a tropical disturbance coming off the African coast, could it intensify the storm? Any speculations out there?

  2. sneaks up on you:-) I checked news at 10pm aussietime and it was reporting 9,800 shakes, then a biggie hits.
    I hear Fukushima also got another 5+ today.
    be really interesting to see just how many quakes etc more we have had in the last year worldwide compared to say 5 yrs ago, for comparison. PTb keep saying it isnt anything unusual but somehow I doubt that.
    they’ve lied on so many other issues.
    today we have some Aus “experts” saying the alps here may be snow free by 2050
    really roared laughing:-) just like had /met/ipcc saying UK wouldnt see snow again…and theyve had 3 years of deep snowfalls

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